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Join Scarlet Knights Wrestling Club in their technique intensive camp this June. The camp will be for serious junior high, high school, and advanced recreation wrestlers who want to push themselves to be the best. You will learn state of the art technique, train with experienced and accomplished coaches who have been leading the wrestling team of Rutgers University. It is time to train!
Wrestlers will be staying at camp on Rutgers University campus and share rooms with others. If you choose the commuter option, the price is USD 135 lower.
The camp is strictly for youths grade 5 to 12 who are serious about the sports, or are advanced recreational wrestlers. Joining the camp, you will need to prepare to train hard and learn state-of-the-art techniques from Scott Goodale - the head coach of Rutgers University. Training daily starts at 10 am.
Founded in 2011, the Scarlet Knights Wrestling Club, Inc. (SKWC) is an independent, non-profit charitable organization with a mission to promote amateur wrestling in the United States. The SKWC is recognized as a U.S. Olympic Regional Training Center site. With this designation, the SKWC sponsors resident athletes to live and train in the New Brunswick area under the Club’s outstanding coaching staff, including four-time NCAA All-American and 2015 Dave Schultz Memorial International Champion and Outstanding Wrestler Tyler Graff, and former Ohio State standout and three-time NCAA qualifier Josh Demas. The SKWC also works to support the Rutgers University Wrestling program in a variety of ways.
Scott Goodale is in the midst of his fourth year as the Rutgers University's head wrestling coach. During his short tenure, 20 RU wrestlers have earned NCAA bids and 22 Scarlet Knights have placed at the EIWA Championships. RU has tallied an impressive 71-21-1 record during his first four years “On the Banks.”
New Brunswick is the home of Rutgers University, the state university of New Jersey and its sports teams, which have been making big news in college sports. But that’s nothing new - the city was the location of the country’s first intercollegiate football game, Rutgers versus Princeton, in 1869. The town’s extensive history dates back to pre-Revolutionary times. Pick up the Historic Downtown Walking Map to visit buildings from 1730 through the turn of the 19th century. There’s sophisticated entertainment and dining in New Brunswick, too.
In the 15-block downtown area, nearly 50 restaurants compete for your palate, among them the award-winning Frog and Peach. There are three distinct theaters - the African American-focused Crossroads Theatre, George Street Playhouse and the State Theater of New Jersey for concerts and special events - as well as the American Repertory Ballet, that also perform at various venues throughout the state.
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3 meals per day are included in the price. All campers/summer group members who identify themselves as having specialized dietary needs (i.e. food allergies, gluten free diet, diabetic diet, etc) are to be referred to the Dining Services Nutritionist - Ms. Peggy Policastro - at least two weeks prior to the start of camp at firstname.lastname@example.org or (732) 932-5447. A Medical and Dietary Consideration Form must be completed two weeks prior to the first day of the camp.
The camp is located at 130 College Ave, New Brunswick, NJ 08901. You can get the driving directions to above address from Google Maps.